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180Eltham High StreetElthamLondonLondonSE9 1BJ
Come and join us for an informal Italian conversational classes. We are a convivial and friendly group who enjoy all things Italian. We meet to have a friendly chat about various topics. Please note that we do not have a tutor. The group is aimed at participants who have a good understanding of Italian and are able to hold a conversation.
9 Appold StreetHackneyLondonEC2A 2AP
Vida is a service which harnesses technology and invests in high quality carers to deliver fully managed and personalised in-home care in London. We provide the following: Home Care, Respite Care, Palliative Care, Live-in Care, Alzheimer's Carers, Assisted Living Services, Cancer Carers, Complex Care, Dementai Care, Diabeties Care, Respite Care, Post-Discharge Care, Paralysis, Muscular Dystrophy Carers, Parkinson's Carers, Motor Neuron Disease Carers, Mental Health Our mission is to provide care that we would want for our parents…
Elderly Care is a free national website created by Which? to provide independent information on all aspects of care for older people Relatives Needs: Understand how to deal with common concerns about elderly parents and other relatives, including dementia and falls. Housing Options: Find out what housing and residential options are available for the elderly together with care services to help improve quality of life. Financing Care: Learn about funding options for care homes and care at home together with available government benefits and other legal…
Kemp House 152-160City RoadLondonEC1V 2NX
Who London is the social events organisation for anyone 50+. Our events are for doing more of what you love, trying something new and making friendships. To join Who London and book events you do not need to be a member, but we strongly recommend you are. For only £5 a month (cancel any time), or £45 a year, you receive discounts on events and other
97 Cantwell RoadLondonSE18 3LL
The Women's Network for Social Change function as a bridge builder between the families of disabled children, vulnerable families and carers, identifying the gap that may exist in the communication between services available and service users. Thus aiming to be a first point of call for the families, by gathering information about their needs and directing them straight to the relevant services.
16 Leslie Smith SquareLondonSE18 4DW
Here at Woolwich Common Community Centre, our focus is being at the heart of the action in the Woolwich Common Community. Whether it's taekwando or just a good old cup of tea you're after, we're open Monday to Fridays from 9am until 9pm and weekends from 9am until 11pm. We have 4 rooms for hire including a large commercial kitchen, two large halls, an IT suite and a smaller room to suit your needs. If you're interested click here or please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call…